SACOSAN IV: 4th South Asian Conference on Sanitation, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 04-08 April 2011

December 2, 2010 at 10:22 am 1 comment

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This is the fourth in a series of technical and ministerial conferences intended to develop a regional agenda on sanitation and where both country reports and case studies are presented. The previous conferences took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh (2003), Islamabad, Pakistan (2006) and Delhi, India (2008).

Organised by: Ministry of Water Supply & Drainage, Sri Lanka

Theme: Sanitation Enhances Quality of Life

Programme:

  • Day 1 – Opening by His Excellency the President of Sri Lanka, Technical Sessions and Exhibition
  • Day 2 – Technical Sessions and Exhibition
  • Day 3 – Breakout Sessions and Exhibition
  • Day 4 – Field Visits, Drafting of Declaration
  • Day 5 – Ministerial Conference and Press Conference

Contact: Conference Secretariat, SACOSAN-IV, Sri Lanka, Tel.: +94-11-2808165, Fax: +94-11- 2808165, E-mail: anandahj@gmail.com, Website: www.sacosan4lk.org

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  • 1. Ghasi Lal gujar  |  March 11, 2011 at 7:53 am

    This is very good initiatives to share the learing on advanced sanitation to Health, dignity and security amongst South Ashian Countries at very higher level. It is also very good opprtunity to review the update progress and innovation. apart of good think, it is also very important to look it the country wise committment, minister level efforts what done after organised SACOSAN 3 cosistentely. what It felt as Sanitation expert, it is a matter of sense, committment and honest work towards achieveing MDG7. we talk a lot but what is our country startey and programmes, despite falgship national program, what we achieved so far . see the UNICEF-WHO Joint program reports, it is very clear evident that we are so far away with MDG 7 by 2015, heence we must think, execuate and monilse more funds and appeal to international development organisation and UN for making more budget on sanitation. Sanitation is indeed achievable, part of security and dignity. I wish all the best of all of them who are involved to make it succesful.

    what is procedure to for regsitration?

    Regards

    GL GUjar

    Senior Water and Sanitation advisior
    Save the Children , India

    Reply

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